Saturday, August 11, 2007

The Hall of Shame

What has become of Baptist fundamentalism? Below are shameful examples of the liberalism and compromise that unfortunately characterize most independent fundamental Baptist churches of our time

If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness!

#1 - Dr. Jack Schaap

(A.) Listen to this 14 minute clip of a sermon preached by Dr. Jack Schaap, pastor of First Baptist Church of Hammond, Indiana, in which he sympathizes with child molesters and calls Pope John Paul II "a godly man." You ought to be disgusted as you listen to him compare a pedophile to a Christian who smokes cigarettes.

Or...listen to the whole psycho-babble "sermon" in its entirety. The title is "Healing for the Inner Hurts" and was preached on Sunday night, April 3, 2005.


(B.) The following several clips are all from the same sermon, "Half-baked Christianity," preached at Hyles-Anderson College on Friday, September 30, 2005.

Listen to these 2 short clips to hear Dr. Schaap saying that abortion is not a big enough issue for him to be for or against a particular candidate because "it probably will never affect him since he wasn't aborted."

Clip #1
Clip #2

Here is a montage of perverted statements from the same sermon where Dr. Schaap makes a mockery of sin:

Clip #3

Unbelievably, all of the above clips are just from one sermon!


(C.) Read these excerpts from Dr. Schaap's perverted book, "The Divine Intimacy." This is blasphemous smut!


(D.) Dr. Jack Schaap has a new friend! It's Reverend James Meeks, pastor of Salem Baptist Church in South Chicago. Listen to the following audio to hear Dr. Schaap announce his new friend, then listen to Reverend Meeks scream racial slurs at whites and blacks!

3 Minute Clip

Whatever happened to doctrinal separation?


Click here to read a transcription of the latter half of the 14 minute clip listed under exhibit (A). The first half was too vile and graphic to transcribe.


TheEpicBeat said...

Reading this does make me a bit sad. Is what you are doing really the most important use of your knowledge?

I say this out of love but I know it will be received in anger and vengeance.

Lisa said...

While Brother Anderson is helping us mark and avoid heretics, you're probably sitting in front of the TV watching filth!

Nick said...

After reading this...I am so thankful that I answer to a God of Grace, Mercy and love, and not a church of bitterness, judgment, and malice.